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Friday, September 14, 2012

Red Williams

2nd version
by Praguefrank
March 1961 Memphis, TN – Red Williams
001 MB-15675/M 13 WALKIN’ Dot 45-16195 Mojo 2170
002 MB-15676-M 12 WAITING FOR YOU Dot 45-16195 Mojo 2170
1963 Memphis, TN – Red Williams
003 S-9117 WITH THE WIND Santo 9007
004 S-9118? PENNYWINKLE MOUNTAIN Santo 9007
Fall 1963 Memphis, TN – Red Williams
005 S-601/114251 LOVE‘S NOT WORTH IT Santo 9050 Decca 31579
006 S-602/114252 I CAN’T BELIEVE Santo 9050 Decca 31579
1965 Memphis, TN – Red Williams
007 P-130 SECRET DATE P 5003
008 Unknown title  P 5003
1970 [no. 18902] poss. Memphis, TN – Red Williams
009 75104 JESUS JONES Chips 2911
010 75105 THE WALL Chips 2911
Mid 1974 unknown – Red Williams (Producer: Reggie Young and Don Crew)
012 4371 COME ON BOY GRC-2027
1975 unknown – Red Williams (Producer: Reggie Young and Don Crew)
1976 unknown – Red Williams
015 COAL MININ MAN Action Com. NR-7959-1
000 COAL MININ MAN –instr.- Action Com. NR-7959-1
1986 unknown – Red Williams and Friends (Producer: John Bowling)
016 THE FARMER’S PRAYER Stairway 2562
017 unknown title Stairway 2562

Dot (1961)
45-16195 Walkin’ / Waiting For You – 02-61 (also on Mojo 2170)
Santo (1962-63)
9007 With The Wind / Pennywinkle Mountain – 63
9050 I Can't Believe / Love’s Not Worth It – 11-63 (reissued on Decca 31579)
Penthouse (1965)
P 5003 Secret Date / ? - 65
Chips (1970)
2911 Jesus Jones / The Wall – 09-70
GRC (1974-75)
GRC-2027 Why'd The Last Time / Come On Boy – 08-74
GRC-2058 Watching Her Watching Him / How Can a Love So Strong Be So Wrong - 75
Action Communication (1976)
NR-7959-1 Coal Minin Man / Coal Minin Man (instrumental) - 76
Stairway (1986)
SPC 2562 The Farmer’s Prayer / ? - 86


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